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SYNERGY aims at strengthening currently underdeveloped linkages, cooperation and synergies between companies, industry, research, intermediaries and policy makers in central Europe. The project will analyse funded and finalised innovation projects and cluster institutions involved in projects into three key areas covering the most promising modern industrial technologies. These areas include additive manufacturing and 3D printing, micro- and nanotechnology-related processes and materials, as well as the industry 4.0 sector.
Institutions and clusters included in each area will form ‘synergic networks’ based on a novel projects assessment methodology and a ‘synergic consortia matchmaking’ IT online tool. Moreover, the project will define new crowd innovation services and test them in different types of pilot actions. As a result, project activities will boost the creation of innovative services and facilitate transnational cooperation in the industrial sector.
We would like to encourage you to check out our new SYNPRO IT-Tool for finding suitable matches for future collaborations. Please register your organisation via the following link https://synpro.e-science.pl/ and once approved, you will get access to the database and its mapping and matchmaking functionalities
The Synergic Crowd Innovation Platform is an open innovation environment for industry and academia with newly designed services enhancing crowd innovation initiatives in Central Europe such Crowdfunding, Crowdsourcing & Infrastructure Sharing.
Key Project’s Areas
CRIT organised its Simulated Crowdfunding Workshop on 12 February 2020 in Vignola, Italy. On the occasion, CRIT invited 6 innovative start-ups to present their projects in front of technical experts from its Network of Associate Companies.
For the successful execution of European projects, set-up of the consortium is a crucial step. The focus of this exchange of experience is on how to deal with possible conflicts within the framework of an H2020 project and how to successfully master conflicting goals.
7 partners from 6 countries.
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, WrUST, POLAND
PROFACTOR GmbH, PRO, AUSTRIA
Technische Universität Chemnitz, Exzellenzcluster MERGE, TUC, GERMANY
Institut “Jožef Stefan”, JSI, SLOVENIA
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, KIT, GERMANY
STEP RI znanstveno-tehnologijski park Sveučilišta u Rijeci d.o.o., STEP RI, CROATIA
CRIT Srl, ITALY